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Netzari Emunah Siddur By Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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Tehillim 1:2 But his delight is in the Torah of MarYah, and on His Torah he meditates day and night. The Netzarim follow Nosach Sefarad and Nosach Teiman because the Teimani (Yemenite)... More > tradition–liturgy, halakhah, and culture–best reflects the 1st-century practices endorsed by Ribi Yehoshua. It is the oldest tradition, the least tainted by external forces, and therefore the closest to Har Sinai< Less
Netzari Emunah Siddur By Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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Tehillim 1:2 But his delight is in the Torah of MarYah, and on His Torah he meditates day and night. The Netzarim follow Nosach Sefarad and Nosach Teiman because the Teimani (Yemenite)... More > tradition–liturgy, halakhah, and culture–best reflects the 1st-century practices endorsed by Ribi Yehoshua. It is the oldest tradition, the least tainted by external forces, and therefore the closest to Har Sinai.< Less
Aramaic Covenants Mikra By Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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Apostolic Writings and Tanach in Three Volumes The goal of this work is to provide a modern and accurate English translation of the Chumash, Mikra (prophets and Writings) and the Apostolic... More > Writings. The text of this edition of the Aramaic Covenants is a paraphrased translation in idiomatic language . product_thumbnail (1) This work is a new edition from translations of the Ancient Aramaic. For example this new edition uses the name of MarYah Eashoa Msheekha (Lord-G-d Yeshua Messiah). It also uses the word (ALLAHA for ELI) (G-d יהוה YHVH 1) and it introduces the Aramaic rendering of Maran as Lord, Along with other Ancient Galilean Aramaic renderings. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation. Out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash, Sod the Parshat method was employed, as was Onkelos method of interpretation of the Torah.< Less
The Aramaic Covenants By Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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The Aramaic Covenants and Tanach In Three Volumes The goal of this work is to provide a modern and accurate English translation of the Chumash, Mikra (prophets and Writings) and the Apostolic... More > Writings. The text of this edition of the Aramaic Covenants is a paraphrased translation in idiomatic language . This work is a new edition from translations of the Ancient Aramaic. For example this new edition uses the name of MarYah Eashoa Msheekha (Lord-G-d Yeshua Messiah). It also uses the word (ALLAHA for ELI) (G-d יהוה YHVH 1) and it introduces the Aramaic rendering of Maran as Lord, Along with other Ancient Galilean Aramaic renderings. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation. Out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash,and Sod, the Parshat method was employed, as was Onkelos method of interpretation of the Torah.< Less
The Aramaic Covenants Mikra By Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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The Aramaic Covenants and Tanach In Three Volumes The goal of this work is to provide a modern and accurate English translation of the Chumash, Mikra (prophets and Writings) and the Apostolic... More > Writings. The text of this edition of the Aramaic Covenants is a paraphrased translation in idiomatic language . This work is a new edition from translations of the Ancient Aramaic. For example this new edition uses the name of MarYah Eashoa Msheekha (Lord-G-d Yeshua Messiah). It also uses the word (ALLAHA for ELI) (G-d יהוה YHVH 1) and it introduces the Aramaic rendering of Maran as Lord, Along with other Ancient Galilean Aramaic renderings. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation. Out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash,and Sod, the Parshat method was employed, as was Onkelos method of interpretation of the Torah.< Less
The Aramaic Covenants Chumash By Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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The Aramaic Covenants and Tanach In Three Volumes The goal of this work is to provide a modern and accurate English translation of the Chumash, Mikra (prophets and Writings) and the Apostolic... More > Writings. The text of this edition of the Aramaic Covenants is a paraphrased translation in idiomatic language . This work is a new edition from translations of the Ancient Aramaic. For example this new edition uses the name of MarYah Eashoa Msheekha (Lord-G-d Yeshua Messiah). It also uses the word (ALLAHA for ELI) (G-d יהוה YHVH 1) and it introduces the Aramaic rendering of Maran as Lord, Along with other Ancient Galilean Aramaic renderings. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation. Out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash,and Sod, the Parshat method was employed, as was Onkelos method of interpretation of the Torah.< Less
The Aramaic Covenants By Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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The Aramaic Covenants and Tanach In Three Volumes The goal of this work is to provide a modern and accurate English translation of the Chumash, Mikra (prophets and Writings) and the Apostolic... More > Writings. The text of this edition of the Aramaic Covenants is a paraphrased translation in idiomatic language . This work is a new edition from translations of the Ancient Aramaic. For example this new edition uses the name of MarYah Eashoa Msheekha (Lord-G-d Yeshua Messiah). It also uses the word (ALLAHA for ELI) (G-d יהוה YHVH 1) and it introduces the Aramaic rendering of Maran as Lord, Along with other Ancient Galilean Aramaic renderings. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation. Out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash,and Sod, the Parshat method was employed, as was Onkelos method of interpretation of the Torah.< Less
Netzari Emunah Rashi By Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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Rashi also influenced non-Jewish circles. His commentaries on the Bible circulated in many different communities especially his commentaries on the Pentateuch. In the 12th–17th centuries,... More > Rashi's influence spread from French and German provinces to Spain and the east. He had a tremendous influence on Christian scholars. The French monk Nicolas de Lyre of Manjacoria, who was known as the "ape of Rashi",was dependent on Rashi when writing the 'Postillae Perpetuate' on the Bible. He believed that Rashi's commentaries were the "official repository of Rabbinical tradition".and significant to understanding the Bible. De Lyre also had great influence on Martin Luther. Rashi's commentaries became significant to humanists at this time who studied grammar and exegesis. Christian Hebraists studied Rashi's commentaries as important interpretations "authorized by the Synagogue".< Less
Netzari Emunah Rashi By Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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Rashi also influenced non-Jewish circles. His commentaries on the Bible circulated in many different communities especially his commentaries on the Pentateuch. In the 12th–17th centuries,... More > Rashi's influence spread from French and German provinces to Spain and the east. He had a tremendous influence on Christian scholars. The French monk Nicolas de Lyre of Manjacoria, who was known as the "ape of Rashi",was dependent on Rashi when writing the 'Postillae Perpetuate' on the Bible. He believed that Rashi's commentaries were the "official repository of Rabbinical tradition".and significant to understanding the Bible. De Lyre also had great influence on Martin Luther. Rashi's commentaries became significant to humanists at this time who studied grammar and exegesis. Christian Hebraists studied Rashi's commentaries as important interpretations "authorized by the Synagogue".< Less
History of Jewish Christianity By R' Yaakov Bar Yosef & H Schonfield
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Among histories of Christianity there has long existed a gap, which either has passed unnoticed or has been deemed of little consequence by Christian scholars. It is only where this gap is at its... More > narrowest, in the early days of the Church, that any consideration has been paid to it, and then the treatment of the subject involved, the life and faith of primitive Jewish Christianity, has been of the most partial character. A common judgment has been expressed by the late Dr. Hort in his lectures on Judaistic Christianuy. He describes the Jewish Church as; “a natural product of the circumstances of the Apostolic Age, living on for some generations, and that probably not without times of revival, but becoming more and more evidently a futile anachronism as the main body of the Church grew up into a stately tree in the eyes of all men; and at length dying naturally away.”< Less